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|Patriotism abounds on July 4 in FallbrookJuly 17th 2014
Bella Montes, 4, is decked out in patriotic red, white and blue for the July 4th event. Between 2,500 and 2,600 people attended the festivities and over 150 volunteers helped with tasks.
The opening ceremony of the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance’s 10th annual July 4th fundraising event at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens features the Marine Corps Color Guard. Co-chairs of the event are Jerri Patchett and Mary Jo Bacik.
North County Fire Explorers present the flags of each branch of the military at the beginning of the July 4th celebration at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens.
Dedicated community volunteer, Jackie Heyneman leads the Pledge of Allegiance during the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance’s July 4th fundraising celebration.
Christa Noetzel sings “The Star Spangled Banner” for opening festivities on July 4 at the Grand Tradition.
“Walk the Plank,” left, races against “Team Fitness” as they head for the finish in their heat of the rubber raft race.
FBA president Pat McDougal secures the raft of Team Red, White and Blue as they wait for the start of the rubber raft race. McDougal ran the raft and rubber duck races.
Fallbrook Beautification Alliance volunteers Pat McDougal and Chuck Bacik cheer the rubber raft racers on to the finish line.
Team Colorado (pictured) races against Team Tropical Fruit and won its heat in the rubber raft race held during the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance’s July 4th event at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens. Twelve teams competed in the raft races.
The team, “The Blonds,” enjoys participating in the rubber raft races at the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance’s July 4th celebration.
Cheerleaders lend spirit to Summer NightsJuly 17th 2014
Fallbrook High School cheerleaders lend their spirit to Summer Nights in Fallbrook on June 27. The series of summer events continue July 25, Aug. 8, and Aug. 22 and are sponsored by the Fallbrook Village Association. (More information at www.fallbrookvillage.org)
Deanna Garcia, 4, dances to music of the 1980s music during Summer Nights in Fallbrook on June 27.
A group of costume contest participants display their outfits of the 80s at Summer Nights on June 27.
Madison Trout, 4, is named the award winner for Best 80s Costume in the youth category during the June 27 Summer Nights event sponsored by the Fallbrook Village Association.
Russ and Althea Heyneman are the winners of the Best 80s Costume in the couple’s category at the June 27 Summer Nights event in Fallbrook.
Four-year-old Miranda Minderman, left, dances with her sister Juliet, 2, to live music performed by the bluegrass band, High Mountain Road during Summer Nights on June 27.
A member of the bluegrass band High Mountain Road picks the banjo strings in downtown Fallbrook on June 27 during Summer Nights.
Bonsall Woman’s Club honors award winnersJuly 10th 2014
BWC member Elizabeth Johnson poses with her painting, “Lilly Pond,” which won first place in the California State Federation of Women’s Clubs contest.
BWC member Cheryl Zales, right, holds “Marcia,” by Elizabeth Johnson, left, who won a first place ribbon for the painting.
Bonsall Woman’s Club membership chair Pat Miller presents member Jenny Heineman, 25-year service award winner, to the club.
This “Tomatoes in a Basket” photograph, taken by BWC member Sonja Longley, is the ‘Best of Show’ in the California State Federation of Women’s Clubs contest.
Community picnic a time for visiting with friendsJuly 10th 2014
Eva Raines, center, enjoys sharing time with Ellen Francisco, left, and Carol Baach, right, at the annual Community Picnic hosted by the Fallbrook Historical Society at its museum grounds on June 29.
Leta Hayden was not only helping carry and set up food for the Community Picnic, she was also in charge of the raffle table.
Dode Martin, left, visits with Jan Mahr, center, and Bill Hansen, right, at the FHS Alumni Association table at the June 29 picnic. Nora Hutchins has her back to the camera.
Roy Moosa welcomes guests on June 29 and talks about the history of the annual Community Picnic.
From left, Robin Schrader, Eric Duvall, and Mary Belton, a historical society board member, visit at the Community Picnic sponsored by the Fallbrook Historical Society on June 29.
Arlan Peterson, left, and Gordon Miller talk about memorabilia Peterson brought in a glass case to the picnic to share with others. Peterson was a volunteer fireman from 1951 to 1971.
Fallbrook High alums Jim Grevatt, left, (Class of 1953) and Tony Hessdorfer, right, (Class of 1962) share stories with other local graduates at the FHS Alumni Association table at the Community Picnic June 29.
Proving that age is merely a number, longtime energetic Fallbrook residents Marion Clemmens, left, 96, and Chick Mahr, right, 94, celebrate winning raffle prizes at the Community Picnic on June 29.
Protesters of migrants bused to Murrieta claim victory, Mayor says, 'Not so fast'July 4th 2014
Murrieta Mayor, Alan Long, speaks during a town hall meeting held at Murrieta Mesa High on Wed. July 2, 2014.
Murrieta City Council Member, Rick Gibbs, speaks during a town hall meeting held at Murrieta Mesa High.
Concerned community members filled the Murrieta Mesa High School auditorium during a town hall meeting to address the undocumented immigrant situation on Wed. July 2, 2014.
Concerned community members speak out as city officials address the transfer of undocumented immigrants to the Murrieta Border Patrol station.
San Diego Sector Chief Border Patrol Agent, Paul Beeson, pauses while outspoken town hall attendees shout questions as he speaks regarding the processes involved with handling high numbers of undocumented immigrants.
Murrieta Mayor, Alan Long (right) asks town hall attendees to be respectful while San Diego Chief Border Patrol Agent, Paul Beeson is speaking about the processes involved with handling high numbers of undocumented immigrants.
A concerned community member listens carefully as city officials speak to address the undocumented immigrant situation during a town hall meeting held on Wed. July 2, 2014.
Concerned community members were offered a chance to ask city and enforcement officials questions regarding the transfer of undocumented immigrants.
Third District Riverside County Supervisor, Jeff Stone answers question during a town hall meeting held at Murrieta Mesa High on July 2, 2014.
Murrieta Police Dept. stand watch outside the Murrieta Mesa High School auditorium where pro and anti immigrant protester rallied.